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With a career that boasted a slow ascent and then followed with a perilously rapid descent, Phil Collins became an example of an artist who displayed both the best and worst of what fame and fortune could bring. Born January 30, 1951, he rose to the helm of Genesis, one of Britain's best ... More >>
Simply stated, Elvis Aaron Presley was the greatest rock star of all time. He was also the first artist that could be considered a legitimate, mass appeal star when it came to the realms of rock 'n' roll. He set the standard all those that followed aspired too; everyone from the Beatles to Bob Dy ... More >>
William Brower's favorite boat.William Brower loves the Titanic. Really, really loves it. Brower, a freelance writer who lives in Coral Springs, has written seven books and a screenplay about the star-crossed ocean liner, plus at least one syrupy prose-poem in which he misspells twilight and vici ... More >>
Branford Marsalis on life with Leno, Sting, and a decade-old quartet.
Black Ice proves these Aussies can still rock
Art and Culture Center's diversified space brings down the art
Where are the lesbian break dancers?
Rockers and writers don't always mix within
The 18 Wheelers prove you can go down home again
A music scene long on jams helps us deal with one of our own.
After 35 years, the James Gang rides again.
Fire, metal, and mourning the loss of a beloved local rocker
The Benevento-Russo Duo makes a lot of noise for a two-piece
Alkaline Trio gets grisly and storms to the fore
The Trachtenburgs want to show you slides from their vacation
Nebula brings back the Paleolithic age of stoner rock
Like so many before it, Hashbrown leaves the sunshine for a New York state of mind
Ranking and filing our Local Top Ten
From the shadows of the city, John Foxx orchestrates a cyber-renaissance
Spoken word grows on Delray Beach
Summertime blues in South Florida (again)
Athens gets its whimsy on
Quiet down, Mom. These boys have jobs.
Is the return of Leif Garrett a sure sign of the Apocalypse?
It takes more than just corsets to keep Rasputina tightly strung
Landscaping local quartet finds good humor beneath the blade
Marky Mark becomes a rock star but doesn't get to enjoy it
Poses (DreamWorks Records)
Marilyn Manson resurrects the same ol' shtick
Randi Fishenfeld maximizes the violin for fun and profit
This cast has a hell of a time capturing the nuances of the well-written Robert Johnson: Trick the Devil
The "F-U" in FU*BAR stands for Financial Underperformer - bad news for both local and national acts
M Ensemble still tries to push the edges of theater --and to get noticed
Letters for January 27, 2000